About Garrett Jackson
Garrett Jackson is a shamanic practitioner and teacher. He is passionate about teaching the shamanic path of direct revelation, helping people to make their own firsthand connections with the spiritual realms so that they may bring guidance and healing to themselves and others.
Following a initiatory experience in 2014 at the age of 17, Garrett began learning how to work with helping and compassionate spirits to bring their guidance to others. He began giving readings to people across the globe, exploring different spiritual practices. He began teaching spiritual classes in 2016. In this same year, he also began his formal study of shamanism and shamanic healing.
A graduate of Sandra Ingerman's Two-Year Teacher Training in Shamanic Journeying, Healing, and Medicine for the Earth (2018-2020), Garrett teaches workshops on shamanism, shamanic journeying and healing, Ingerman's work on transforming personal and environmental pollution, and much more.
Garrett has a wealth of experience conducting both one-on-one and group trainings, as well as message circles, where he gives group readings/divinations. He has also been a guest on podcasts and radio shows such as Best Life Café and International Angels Network. He brings a enlivening blend of passion, knowledge, and humor into his workshops and speaking engagements.
Garrett currently leads online shamanic workshops, circles, and webinars, and offers remote divination and healing work. He is also an assistant to Sandra Ingerman on the private Facebook group for her nine-week online course, The Dark Night of the Soul as a Portal to the Shaman's Light. He and Sandra also created a bonus video dialogue for this course entitled "Sandra Talks With New Shamanic Teacher From a Younger Generation."
He is listed on shamanicteachers.com, a global alliance of shamanic and Medicine for the Earth teachers who are dedicated to teaching shamanic skills around the world.
Garrett lives in Washington, D.C. with his partner. In his spare time, he enjoys long walks in the city, watching comedic television, studying psychology and the art of teaching shamanism, and trying to appear as if he can cook.